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How to make a Graduated Bicone Necklace - Jewellery Making Tutorial

Products used in project:

How to make a Graduated Bicone Necklace - Jewellery Making Tutorial

Items (7)
Qty
Price
KO Beading Thread Blue 50m
TC308
1
Out of stock
Gold Plated Brass Jumprings 5mm Pk20
F900
1
Out of stock
Gold Plated Lobster Clasps 7x12mm Pk5
F0897
1
Out of stock
Hematite / faceted round / 2mm / gold / 210pcs
U4680
1
Out of stock
CrystaLove™ crystals / glass / bicone / 4mm / royal blue / transparent / 110pcs
S6387
1
Out of stock
CrystaLove™ crystals / glass / bicone / 8mm / milky blue / lustered / 40pcs
S6455
1
Out of stock
Total Cost
£2.17

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Information about project:

How to make a Graduated Bicone Necklace - Jewellery Making Tutorial

Designed by: Leah Connolly

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We know you love the graduated bicone necklace so much, Leah decided to great this popular necklace using the glistening CrystaLove™ bicones in three beautiful shades of blue. 

I absolutely LOVE the colour blue, can you tell ;) with the beautiful facets on the bicones this necklace gives you flashes of sparkle in the sunlight. Perfect for your Summer holidays, you are sure to sparkle all day long wearing this necklace. All you need to do is pick your colours and watch our graduated bicone necklace Take A Make Break tutorial by Sarah Millsop and you will have a wonderful creation of your own. 

Take a break, grab a coffee or maybe something refreshing ;) and relax in this beautiful weather. 

Materials:

CrystaLove™ bicones in 4mm, 6mm & 8mm. I chose three shades of blue, royal blue, milky blue & light milky blue. 

Hematite 2mm faceted rounds in gold

Headpin - you only need a short length 

Thread - I used KO thread in white

Jump rings -  I used 6mm and then attached 5mm jump rings together to make the extension chain

Clasp - I used a gold lobster clasp and findings but feel free to use silver as I'm sure this will look lovely too. You could even change the colours of the hematite beads to match your findings. It is all up to you. 

Scissors

Needles

Are you ready? Let's stitch!

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